Final Program AHFE 2017 Final Program (pdf)
The AHFE 2017 Final Program (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change. Technical Sessions will be held on Wednesday, July 19, Thursday, July 20, and Friday, July 21, 2017. Registered participants are encouraged to attend all three days.

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 17:00-18:30 Tuesday,July 18, 2017

Conference Reception and Banquet: 19:00 Tuesday,July 18, 2017

For inclusion in the conference proceedings, publication and paper sessions in the final program,
a unique registration of at least one author or co-author per paper is required by: 15 July, 2017.

 Wednesday, July 19

  Thursday, July 20

  Friday, July 21

    8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
    10:30 – 15:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 15:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 12:30
  Poster Sessions
  Detailed Technical Program
SESSION Friday, July 21   •   8:00 - 10:00
Exploring Aesthetics in Emotional Aspects of Information Design
Session 188
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  XinYi Xie and Lahcene Bouabdellah, China/Algeria  
  A research of graphic design of OTC medicine packaging for the elderly
  XinYi Xie and Delai Men, China
  Musical preferences are influenced by changes in heart rate: A trial study using step aerobics
  Takuma Oishi, Takashi Sakamoto and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Fitting School buildings to the requirements of physically disabled students in Algeria: An ergonomic study
  Lahcene Bouabdellah, Houda Kharbache, Mohamed Mokdad and Bouhafs Mebarki, Algeria
  Neural correlates of aesthetic sensitivity to product form
  Kazutaka Ueda, Azumi Maekawa, Hideyoshi Yanagisawa and Tamotsu Murakami, Japan
  The aesthetics in design and cultural research
  Theresa Loeb, USA
Vision and Memory
Session 189
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Suguru Azehara, Japan   
  Analysis of relationship between impression of video and memory using fNIRS
  Suguru Azehara, Toru Nakata and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Evaluate fatigue of blue light influence on general LCD, low blue light LCD and OLED displays
  Yunhong Zhang, Yingbao Yang, Yilin Chen, Yong Yang and Yu Chao, China
  Comparison of visual comfort and fatigue between watching different types of 3D TVs as measured by eye tracking
  Yunhong Zhang, Lei Feng, Yufeng Xu and Haibo Yang, China
  An eye-movement tracking study on influence of circularly polarized light LCD and linearly polarized light LCD on visual perception processing ability for long-term continuous use
  Yunhong Zhang, Jinghong Ding, Haibo Yang, Fan Zhang, Haitao Wang and Yu Chao, China
  Visual pattern complexity determination for enhanced usability in cognitive testing
  Catherine Honegger, Kanaka Babshet, Vered Aharonson and Ashley Gritzman, South Africa
  Research and analysis on the influence factors of visual reaction time
  Minxia Liu, China
Industrial Design in Developing Countries: Ergonomics Perspective
Session 190
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Sougata Karmakar and Francisco Rebelo, India/Portugal  
  Ergonomic evaluations and design interventions for industrial plating shop-floor
  Sougata Karmakar and R. Solomon, India
  Juice packaging design: Effects of transparency on consumers' perception leading toward purchase preference for packaged juice
  Swati Pal, Shivani Holkar, Abhishek Yevalkar and Amrita Bhattacharjee, India
  Accidents and risk factor analysis among marble carving artisans of central India due to traditional hand-tool use
  Sangeeta Pandit and Shubham Bharti, India
  Design solution of shoe sole (base of the footwear) preparation in traditional hand sewn footwear manufacturing: A case study on Kolhapuri Chappal
  Urmi Salve, Ganesh Jadhav, Maharashtra and Hemant Shete, India
  Implementation of AI techniques to analyze an Indian SME for the quality of life
  Ruchi Chaudhary and Ajit Katiyar, India
Human Factors in Healthcare Process Task Analysis
Session 191
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Najmedin Meshkati and Nancy Lightner, USA  
  A proactive risk assessment framework to enhance patient safety in operating rooms
  Maryam Tabibzadeh and Gelareh Jahangiri, USA
  Taxonomy of communications in the operating room
  Carlos Velasquez, Tian Zhou, Rashid Mazhar, Amer Chaikhouni and Juan Wachs, USA
  Methodology for modeling events and activities based on field observations
  Lusi Morhayim, Kartikeya Date, Davide Schaumann and Yehuda Kalay, Israel
  The use of placebo in clinical practice
  Anna Wouters, The Netherlands
  The process ergo-medical design allow to create innovative and performant product which an system existed yet on nature
  Rosa Virgnie, Millet Antoine and Coromp Pierre, France
Information Management:  Techniques and Applications
Session 192
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Marcia Ikezaki Ferrari and Andreas Schrader, Brazil/Germany  
The modernization & transformation journey - how cognitive computing is disrupting the line of business application
  John Head, USA
  Personalized instructions for self-reflective smart objects
  Jan Pascal Maas, Daniel Burmeister and Andreas Schrader, Germany
  The human nervous system as a model for function allocation in human-automation interaction 
  Behice Durgun, Turkey
  Citizen science involving collections of standardized community data
  Werner Leyh, Maria Fava, Narumi Abe, Sandra Cavalcante, Leandro Giatti, Carolina Monteiro de Carvalho,
  Homero Fonseca Filho and Clemens Jacobs, Brazil/Germany
  The signs of semiotic engineering in the IOT interaction design
  Marcia Ikezaki Ferrari, Silvia Bim and Plinio Aquino, Jr., Brazil
  ExperTI: A knowledge based system for intelligent service desks using Free Text
  Alejandro Bello Ruiz, Andrés Melgar Sasieta and Daniel Pizarro, Peru
  The environmental user interface (EUI) for enhancing human technology interactivity
  Si Jung Kim, USA
Human Factors in World Class Management Systems I
Session 193
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Stefan Trzcielinski, Poland  
  How enterprises identify market opportunities: Research results and findings
  Stefan Trzcielinski and Jowita Trzcielinska, Poland
  World class remanufacturing production systems: An analysis of Mexican maquiladoras
  Karina Cecilia Arredondo-Soto, Jaime Sanchez-Leal, Rosa María Reyes-Martinez, Enriqueta Salazar-Ruíz and
  Aide Aracely Maldonado-Macías, Mexico
  Guideline for the implementation of human-oriented assistance systems in smart factories
  Alexander Arndt and Reiner Anderl, Germany
   Relationship between lean manufacturing and ergonomics
  Reza Khani Jazani, Ali Salehi Sahl Abadi and Seyed Sajad Mousavi, Iran/Italy
  Human capital in the development of mechanisms improving  the agility of knowledge-based organizations
  Hanna Wlodarkiewicz-Klimek, Poland
  Workforce management 4.0 - Assessment of human factors readiness towards digital manufacturing
  Nadia Galaske, Alexander Arndt, Hermann Friedrich, Kurt D. Bettenhausen and Reiner Anderl, Germany
Safety and Ergonomics II
Session 194
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Chair:  Regina Pope Ford, USA  
  Smart phone use and the increased risks of cumulative trauma disorders in children
  Regina Pope Ford, USA
  Ergonomic assessment tool for real-time risk assessment of seated work postures
  Chika Mgbemena, Ashutosh Tiwari, Yuchun Xu, John Oyekan and Windo Hutabarat, UK
  Analysis of infrared imaging during vertical handling tasks in workers with different levels of obesity
  Ana Colim, Pedro Arezes, Paulo Flores, Ricardo Vardasca and Ana Braga, Portugal
  Framework for safety and security response training
  Nyambayar Davaadorj, Ichiro Koshijima and Tomomi Aoyama, Japan 
  Three times smart – smart workplaces, smart lighting & smart glass
  Sandra Preto and Cristina Caramelo Gomes, Portugal
  Fit for duty: Managing worker fatigue
  Mike Harnett, Canada
  Effects of gender, character type, and layout of Chinese characters on eye-tracking-based recognition behaviors
  Yanfang Zheng, Kai-Way Li, Hsin-Chu, Lang Gan, Caijun Zhao and Huiqiao Jia, China
Session 195
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Stephen Morrissey and Dennis Jones, USA  
  Evaluation of two types of maximal voluntary contraction and the effect of electrode positioning in recordings of muscular activity in extensor carpi radialis
  Camilla Dahlqvist, Catarina Nordander, Lothy Granqvist and Gert-Åke Hansson, Sweden
  Study on skeletal muscle disorders in dentistry practitioners caused by repetitive movements and fixed postures
  Rodrigo Dominguez and Katherine Aran, Chile
  Hand arm vibration, grip strength assessment and the prevalence of health disorders among stone crushing workers
  Zahid Rashid, Muhammad Shafiq, Paola Cocca, Filippo Marciano and Aisha Tayyab, Pakistan/Italy
  Understanding shoulder injury
  Stephen Morrissey, USA
  Firing of a cannon: Biomechanical evaluation of ergonomic hazards
  Theresa Stack and Lee Ostrom, USA
  Can super-imposed muscle contractions increase the variation pattern of muscle activity during an assembly task?
  Leticia Januario, Marina Cid, Afshin Samani, Pascal Madeleine and Ana Beatriz Oliveira, Brazil
  Working conditions and musculoskeletal / ergonomic disorders in a manufacturing facility – a longitudinal research study
  Dennis Jones, USA
Automation V
Session 196
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Patrick Langdon and Eugen Altendorf, UK/ Germany  
  Research on effect of alert level on driver’s decision-making with use of self-driving vehicle system
  Wenjie Cui, Ronggang Zhou, Yunhao Yan, Linghua Ran and Xin Zhang, China
  Does shifting between conditionally and partially automated driving lead to a loss of mode awareness?
  Anna Feldhütter, Christoph Segler and Klaus Bengler, Germany
  Alpha band activity to predict errors in detecting automation failures
  Dean Cisler, Randall Drury, Steven Chong, Shawn Mulvey, Pamela Greenwood and Carryl Baldwin, USA
Information expectations in highly and fully automated vehicles
  Cyriel Diels and Simon Thompson, UK
  Obtaining design requirements from the public understanding of driverless technology
  Patrick Langdon, Ioannis  Politis, Mike  Bradley, Lee  Skrypchuk and John  Clarkson, UK
  Manual takeover and handover of a simulated fully autonomous vehicle within urban and extra-urban settings
  Phillip Morgan, Chris Alford, Craig Williams, Graham Parkhurst and Tony Pipe, UK
Rail Passengers
Session 197
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  James Pritchard and Bin Wang, UK/China  
  Providing improved crowding information to provide benefits for rail passengers and operators
  James Pritchard, UK
  User experience evaluation on ticket gage of subway station:  A repertory grid approach
  Linna Hu, Yimu Yang, Long Liu and Hua Dong, China
  A study on quantitative evaluation of relationship between longitudinal shock and ride comfort by train braking
  Toshiro Miura and Toshiyuki Izumi, Japan
  Physical and human factors in comfort while riding in the subway
  Bin Wang and John Zacharias, China
  Guidelines for electronic systems designed for aiding the visually impaired people in metro networks
  Eliete Mariani and Marcelo Giacaglia, Brazil
Social and Occupational Ergonomics in Industry
Session 198
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Palos Verdes
  Chair:  Dennis Jones, USA  
  Psychosocial aspects of new technology implementation
  Dennis Jones, USA
  A study of the analysis framework to construct the mechanism model of intellectual productivity changes affected by workplace environment
  Kimi Ueda, Daisuke Kamihigashi, Hiroshi Shimoda, Hirotake Ishii, Fumiaki Obayashi and Kazuhiro Taniguchi, Japan
  Workplace violence: The change laboratory as a tool for expansive learning in the activity of social reintegration of adolescent offenders
  Luciana Morgado, Rodolfo Vilela, Mara Takahashi, Silvio Beltramelli Neto and Elisa Camuzzo, Brazil
  A survey on occupational safety and health awareness among school teachers in Kelantan
  Nurul Husna Che Hassan, Nor Kamilah Makhtar, Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Muhammad Azwadi Sulaiman, Noor Syuhadah Subki,
  Noor Adilah Hamzah, Suriatini Ismail, Nik Zulkarnaen Khidzir, Khairul Azhar Mat Daud and Mohd Firdaus Mahamad Ali,
  Implications of industrial logic for the work activity in a public service company in Brazil
  Daniele Maciel, Claudio Brunoro and Laerte Sznelwar, Brazil
Ergonomics in Sustainable Architecture
Session 199
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:  Eduardo Gonçalves and Wojciech Bonenberg, Portugal/Poland  
  Regenerative ergonomic design – bio-centric evolution
  Leszek Świątek, Poland
  User-oriented method as a way to humanize the user-energy relationship in public lighting
  Eduardo Gonçalves, Ana Ferreira and Henri Christians, Portugal/The Netherlands
  Barriers to implement building information modeling (BIM) into public project sector in Saudi Arabia
  Abdulaziz Banawi, Saudi Arabia
  Developers knowledge and compliance towards development control regulations in the Bolgatanga municipality
  Callistus Tengan, Clinton Ohis Aigbavboa and Stephen Allan Balaara, South Africa
Ergonomics and Usability Evaluation I
Session 200
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica A
  Chair:  Johannes Schwank, Germany  
  Visualizing uncertainty in node-link diagrams - a user study
  Johannes Schwank, Sebastian Schöffel and Achim Ebert, Germany
  Measuring user experience in situ: Use emotion data to assess user experience
  Yuanyuan Chen, Fang You, Jianmin Wang and Ronald Schroeter, China
  The usage of UTAUT model for digital audio workstation user experience evaluation
  Darko Etinger and Tihomir Orehovački, Croatia
  Hesitation analysis for exploring difficulties during mental operation in RTA furniture assembly
  Ting-Ju Kuo, Yao-Ting Huang, Yi-Chia Chien and Philip Hwang, Taiwan
  Using heuristic evaluation to enhance the usability: A model for illiterate farmers in Pakistan
  Javed Sheikh and Anam Arshad, Pakistan
  Usability evaluation of ticketing system of Metro Manila train network
   Jeremiah Medina, Troy Jerson Canicosa, Benjamin Guzman, II, Benette Custodio and Alyssa Jean Portus, Philippines
  The effect of WECHAT emoticon on the cognitive, emotional and social attributes of user experience
  Wu Lei, Juan Li and LiJun Mou, China
Physical Fitness and Exercise
Session 201
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Yujiro Kawata and Roman Kalina, Japan/Poland  
  Development of a depth-camera based instructional tool for resistive exercise during spaceflight
  Linh Vu, Han Kim, Elizabeth Benson, William Amonette, Andrea Hanson, Jeevan Perera and Sudhakar Rajulu, USA
  The effect of awareness of physical activity on the characteristics of motor ability among five-year-old children
  Akari Kamimura, Yujiro Kawata, Shino Izutsu and Masataka Hirosawa, Japan
  Effect of relative age on physical size and motor ability among Japanese elementary schoolchildren
  Yujiro Kawata, Akari Kamimura, Shino Izutsu and Masataka Hirosawa, Japan
  Non-apparatus, quasi-apparatus and simulations tests in diagnosis positive health and survival abilities
  Roman Kalina and Władysław Jagiełło, Poland
  Combined effects of lower limb muscle fatigue and decision making to the knee joint during cutting maneuvers based on two different position-sense-acuity groups
  Xingda Qu and Xingyu Chen, China
  The effects of partial sleep deprivation for two consecutive nights on the shooting accuracy of basketball players
  Kamran Hosseinzadeh Ghasemabad, Malaysia
Understanding and Transforming Human-System Interactions:  Practical Applications
Session 202
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica C
  Chair:  Filipa Carvalho, Portugal   
  Investigation of musculoskeletal symptoms and associated risk factors in the Horeca sector
  Rute Alves, Rui Melo and Filipa Carvalho, Portugal
  Ergonomic work analysis of industrial quality control workstations
  Élson Marques, Rui Melo an Filipa Carvalho, Portugal
  A comparative analysis of human-mediated and system-mediated interruptions for multi-user, multitasking interactions
  Nia Peters, Griffin Romigh, Bhiksha Raj and George Bradley, USA
HFE application in human system interface design of nuclear power plant
  Xiaoyang Ming, Guangwei Yu and Shiguang Deng, China
  Task design in human-robot-interaction scenarios – challenges from a human factors perspective
  Patricia Rosen and  Sascha Wischniewski, Germany
  Design of a haptic virtual system for improving fine motor skills in children with autism
  Huan Zhao, Zhaobo Zheng, Amy Swanson, Amy Weitlauf, Zachary Warren and Nilanjan Sarkar, USA
Human Factors, Business Management and Society IV
Session 203
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Tero Reunanen and Marcus Penttinen, Finland    
Working life within a hybrid world – how digital transformation and agile structures affect human functions and increase quality of work and business performance
  Wilhelm Bauer, Christian Vocke and Sebastian Schlund, Germany
  Avoiding wow-gaps through wow-canvas in business development
  Tero Reunanen, Marcus Penttinen and Arndt Borgmeier, Finland
  History of social responsibility in Mexico:  A review of the literature
  Juan Ramon Pérez-Morales, Alfonso Aldape-Alamillo, Rosa María Reyes-Martínez, Humberto Hijar-Rivera and
  Velia H. Castillo-Pérez, Mexico
  Measurement of organizational happiness
  Eyal Eckhaus, Israel
  Universities of the future: Universities in transition under the influence of stakeholders’ changing requirements
  Marcin Geryk, Poland
  Finding the wow-factor to enhance business
  Tero Reunanen, Marcus Penttinen and Arndt Borgmeier, Finland
  Implicit acquisition of consumers’ motivations for writing product reviews online
  Dongning Yan, Zhijun Fan and Xiaoqing Zhang, China
Tacit Knowledge Education Using Traditional Wisdom
Session 204
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Beaudry A
  Co-Chairs:  Hiroyuki Hamada and Kohei Okado, Japan  
  Development of learning habit scale and situational analysis of Japanese junior high school student learning habits
  Kohei Okado, Hiroyuki Hamada and Noriyuki Kida, Japan 
  Education of the hospitality of the employees in the bridal industry
  Shigeyuki Takami, Hiroyuki Hamada, Tomoko Ota, Noriyuki Kida, Jeanne Murata, Noriko Gokita and Aya Takei, Japan
  Evaluation of recreational picture coloring on elderly nursing home patients by Mirai pen
  Kanta Ito, Zhiyuan Zhang, Suguru Teramura, Takanori Kitamura, Teruko Doi, Tomoko Ota and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
Service Science and UX Design
Session 205
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs: Shrikant Parikh and Debra Satterfield, India/USA  
  Factors influencing academic success for design students: A study of curricular expectations and ethical issues
  Debra Satterfield, USA
  Customer value calculus – an analogy in a service system network
  Md Abul Siddike, Stephen Kwan and Youji Kohda, Japan/USA
  Organization & cultural impact of microservices architecture
  Sunil Joshi and Christine White, USA
Smart Tech, Web and Media for All I
Session 206
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Design for Inclusion
Hollywood Ballroom
  Chair:   Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy  
Design and smart technologies for physical activity as key factors in promoting quality of life and social inclusion
  Alessandra Rinaldi and Francesca Tosi, Italy
  Technological study of Brazilian government websites
  Reinaldo Ferraz and Newton Calegari, Brazil
  Assessment of users impressions of mobile devices vibrations and how such impressions affect the recognition of information
  Masayoshi Kubo, Japan
Cognitive Modeling
Session 207
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Santa Barbara C
  Chair:  Vladislav (Daniel) Veksler, USA  
  A stock market model based on the interaction of heterogeneous traders’ behavior
Ye Yuan, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
  Diagnosis of Alzheimer disease through an artificial neural network based system
  Ivo Ramalhosa, Pedro Mateus, Victor Alves, Henrique Vicente,  Filipa Ferraz, João Neves and José Neves, Portugal/USA
  The use of computational cognitive models to support real-time state assessment
  Matthew Walsh, Leslie Blaha, Christopher Fisher, Glenn Gunzelmann, Veda Setlur and Bella Veksler, USA
  Commonalities in mechanisms responsible for vigilance and sleep deprivation effects
  Bella Veksler and Glenn Gunzelmann, USA
Separation of function and style for enabling decision aids, testing, and training agents
  Vladislav Veksler and Norbou Buchler, USA
  Using cognitive modeling for adaptive automation triggering
  Daniel Cassenti and Vladislav Veksler, USA
  The central role of heuristic search in cognitive computational systems
  Wai-Tat Fu, USA
Advanced Analysis Techniques for Human Error
Session 208
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Jinkyun Park and Sarah Ewing, Korea/USA  
  Detection of typical progress patterns of industrial incidents by text mining technique
  Toru Nakata and Mohammad Sohrab, Japan
  Use of a big data mining technique to extract relative importance of performance shaping factors from event investigation reports
  Jinkyun Park, Yochan Kim and Wondea Jung, Korea
  Text mining for procedure-level primitives in human reliability analysis
  Sarah Ewing, Ronald Boring, Martin Rasmussen and Thomas Ulrich, USA/Norway
  The virtual human reliability analyst
  Martin Rasmussen, Ronald Boring, Thomas Ulrich and Sarah Ewing, Norway/USA
  A dynamic mechanistic model of human response proposed for human reliability analysis
  Yunfei Zhao and Carol Smidts, USA
  The general methodology of an integrated human event analysis system (IDHEAS-G): Bridging human factors and human reliability analysis
  Jing Xing and James Chang, USA
  Study on human error management culture in medium and small scale manufacturing setups of Mysore City in India
  Skanda Moda Gururajarao and Ramesh Vajram, India
Ergonomics Design and Evaluation III
Session 209
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
San Francisco
  Chair:  Ana Moreira da Silva and Chirapriya Mondal, Portugal/India  
  Drawing as reasoning tool in UX design - doodling and drawing as foundation for project planning
  José Silva, Fernando  Moreira da Silva, Daniel Raposo and João Neves, Portugal
  Ergonomics in the design conceptual process: The case study Daciano da Costa
  Ana Moreira da Silva, Portugal
  Travel kit organizer for carry-on luggage design contribution to traveler’s comfort
  Paula Mercedes Neves and Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
  A study exploring the facets of visual elements in ethnic products:  Case study of sarees from West Bengal
  Chirapriya Mondal and Sougata Karmakar, India
  Introducing ergonomics into innovations of fire escaping window
  Yan Zhao, China
  Web accessibility: Definitions, assumptions and relations to universal design
  Edson Souza, Brazil 
  Potentials of a face reading tool to digital game evaluation and development: A preliminary study
  Yanick Trindade, Francisco Rebelo and Paulo Noriega, Portugal
Cybersecurity Tools and Analytics II
Session 210
Friday, July 21
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Co-Chairs:  Mandeep Pannu and Martin Mihajlov, Canada/Macedonia  
Eye tracking graphical passwords
  Martin Mihajlov and Borka Jerman Blazic, Macedonia
Understanding and discovering SQL injection vulnerabilities
  Fahad Al-Harby, Abdullaziz Sarhan and Shehab Farhan, Saudi Arabia
Case study on street-wide cyber security exercise management: National cross-sectoral exercise
  Tomomi Aoyama, Kenji Watanabe, Akihiro Tsuchiya and Ichiro Koshijima, Japan
Grid framework to address password memorability issues and offline password attacks
  Mohd Anwar and Paul Biocco, USA
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30   -     Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Friday, July 21     10:30 - 12:30
Emotion and the Qualitative Side of Experience
Session 211
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Chair:  Miso Kim, USA  
  The pain and pleasure of autonomy:  The role of negative emotion in serviced reality storytelling
  Miso Kim and Youngsoo Lee, USA/South Korea
  Soma-deep as the marker for idealized experience
  Stephen Neely, USA
  Design for dignity and procedural justice
  Margaret Hagan and Miso Kim, USA
  Ritual design: Crafting team rituals for meaningful organizational change
  Fatih Ozenc and Margaret Hagan, USA
  A framework for empathy in design
  Terese Cober, USA
Gray Zone Challenges
Session 212
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Mark Hoffman, USA    
  Quantum models for cross-cultural decision making in the gray zone
  Timothy Darr, Richard Mayer and Timothy Ramey, USA
  Examining how perception of external threat influences the popularity of government leaders
  Michael Bernard and Asmeret Naugle, USA
A fast track approach towards automatic detection of Gray Zone activites from text
  Jason Schlachter and Jennifer Lautenschlager, USA
Challenges and opportunities in gray zone "combat"
  Martin Hofmann and Mark Hoffman, USA
Intra-group tension under inter-group conflict: A generative model using group social norms and identity
  Roger Whitaker, Liam Turner, Gualtiero Colombo, Dinesh Verma, Diane Felmlee and Gavin Pearson, UK/USA
Security challenges in the 21st century: The changing nature of risk, security and sustainability
  Glenn Pierce, Paul Cleary, Curtis Holland and Gordana Rabrenovic USA
Human Work Interactions: Design Beyond Human Factors
Session 213
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Arminda Lopes and Pedro Campos, Portugal    
Establishing dynamic ergonomic evaluation index system for tractors based on the theory of PLC-A Delphi survey conducted in China
  Bianbian Qiu, Jiping Zhou, Hui Shen and Zaixiang Zheng, China
Human work interaction design beyond human factors
  Arminda Guerra Lopes, Pedro Campos and Barbara Barricelli, Portugal/Italy
Direct digital manufacturing for rapid turnaround of ergonomic tools and safety solutions in manufacturing
  Rebecca Cook, USA
Do Zenware applications reduce the digital distraction of knowledge workers?  A qualitative study based on expert interviews
  Damian Gerbaulet and Oliver Korn, Germany
Risk assessment for small scale gold surface mining at Licuan Baay Abra in the Philippines
  Isachar Bernaldez and Virginia Soriano, Philippines
Ageing at work: How to design a lifelong workplace?
  Sara Ramos and Helena Carvalho, Portugal
Integrating activity analysis with product designer
  Carla Sirqueira, Claudia Mazzoni and Fabiano Porfilho, Brazil
Product Design
Session 214
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Yueqing Li and Eric Brangier, USA/France    
  Ergonomics evaluation of a manual braking system for skateboards
  Uzairulhassan Syed, Manoj Patil, Yueqing Li and Brian Craig, USA
Medical device design for improving orthostatic hypotension during supine-to-stand (STS)
  Fong-Gong Wu and XIn-An Chen, Taiwan
The effect of ergonomic to improve the convenience of the consumer packaging of edible oil industry
  Rahul Tirpude, Tanweer Alam and Narayan Saha, India
Tasman chair: Ergonomic seat for users of the drawing room of the Federal Institute of Minas Gerais Santa Luzia campus
  Thais Quintão and Wemerton Evangelista, Brazil
Human Factors in Patient Safety
Session 215
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Helen Fuller and Sherman Lau, USA    
  Learning effects of perturbation to postural control in diabetics with neuropathy
  Byungjoon Kim and Tracey Kim, USA
  Application of medication management technologies in a healthcare systems pharmacy: A retrospective appraisal
  Sherman Lau, USA
  Considering ergonomics in the accident and emergency department:  Possible or not
 Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab and Rohayu Othman, Malaysia
  What facets of emotional intelligence influence residents’ emergency care performance?: A simulation study
  Léonore Bourgeon, Anthony Vacher, Mourad Bensalah, Jean-Claude Ardouin and Bruno Debien, France
  Using disaster-scenario simulation in healthcare to test preventative solutions to never events
  Maryanne Mariyaselvam and Peter Young, UK
Human Factors in World Class Management Systems II
Session 216
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
San Gabriel C
  Co-Chairs:  Lucia Botti and Arturo Realyvásquez, Italy/Mexico    
The impact of ergonomics on the design of hybrid multi-model production lines in lean manufacturing
  Lucia Botti, Cristina Mora, Francesco Piana and Alberto Regattieri, Italy
Macroergonomic compatibility index for manufacturing systems. A case study
  Arturo Realyvásquez, Aide Aracely Maldonado-Macias, Jorge García-Alcaraz and Alejandra Arana, Mexico
Group technology supporting application of lean manufacturing (LM) based on a polish case study: Measurable results and real problems
  Mariusz Bednarek, Poland
Resource flexibility of a seaport as a cluster. Regulatory conditions and management capabilities (on the example of Poland)
  Janusz Rymaniak and Mariusz Piotrowski, Poland
Complementarity of modern management methods and tools, and its impact on economic and organizational performance of enterprises. Empirical results from Polish enterprises
  Edmund Pawlowski and Krystian Pawlowski, Poland
Framework for the systematical design of productivity strategies
  Marc-Andre Weber, Tim Jeske, Frank Lennings and Sascha Stowasser, Germany
Safety Management and Loss Prevention II
Session 217
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs:  Manikam Pillay and Toni Waefler, Australia/Switzerland    
  Managing tacit knowledge in safety critical systems
  Toni Waefler, Katrin Fischer, Christian Kunz and Nina Saric, Switzerland
  Advancing organizational health and safety management: Are we learning the right lessons?
  Manikam Pillay, Australia
  Anomaly in safety management - is it constantly possible to make safety compatible with economy?
  Atsuo Murata and Makoto Moriwaka, Japan
  Needs and opportunities for applying voluntary occupational health and safety management systems in the high-hazard U.S. dairy production industry
  Daniel Autenrieth and Noa Roman-Muniz, USA
  Factors which affect construction safety in different types of construction work
  Rita Yi Man Li, Daniel Chi Wing Ho, Beiqi Tang and Herru Ching Yu Li, Hong Kong/UK
  Cooperative approach of game theory applied to health and safety management
  Valentina Villa and Giuseppe Di Giuda, Italy
Ergonomic Evaluations
Session 218
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Carisa Harris Adamson and Mark Boocock, USA/New Zealand    
  The effects of an intervention focusing on hip flexion and posterior movement of the pelvis on postural stability, spinal loading and lumbar flexion during reaching and lifting
  Grant Mawston, Mark Boocock and Wayne Milicich, New Zealand
  Biomechanical evaluation of hotel luxury bed making while using a mattress lift tool and fitted sheets
  Carisa Harris Adamson, Emma Lam, Stephen Hill and Andrew Smith, USA
  An ergonomic analysis of the traditional Sorbetes cart
  Krisella Robles, Angela Marie Fausto, Carla Ocampo and Benette Custodio, Philippines
  Ultraviolet radiation in sunlight and artificial lighting systems: Are they alike?
  Sandra Preto and Cristina Caramelo Gomes, Portugal
Ergonomic assessment of the lifting tasks performed by north Indian workers in LPG  cylinder distribution supply chain
  Sachin Kapur and Mahipal Lamboria, India
Development of domestic manual handling hazards rating expert system for women
  Adeyemi Oluwole and Akinyemi Olasunkanmi, Nigeria
A look at the ergonomic situation of the bakery industry in the city of Quito
  Esteban Carrera, Oswaldo Jara and Fanny Ballesteros, Ecuador
Vulnerable Road Users I
Session 219
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Catherine Berthelon and Manuel Silvestri, France/Italy    
  Operational and safety analysis of signage and pavement marking treatments in Puerto Rico dynamic toll lane using a driving simulator
  Bryan Ruiz, Didier Valdes, Benjamin Colucci, Johnathan Ruiz, Ricardo Garcia and Enid Colon Torres, Puerto Rico
  Driver - cyclist interaction under different bicycle crossroad configurations 
  Francesco Bella and Manuel Silvestri, Italy
  Is the driving behavior of young novices and young experienced drivers under alcohol linked to their perceived effort and alertness?
  Catherine Berthelon and Edith Galy-Mary, France
  Bicycling in developing countries – the role of gender
  Rahul Thozhuvanur Mana, Meghna Verma and Ashish Verma, India
  Semantic trajectory – based pedestrian’s crossing event detection and mining
  Rolla Almodfer and ShengWu Xiong, China
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure I
Session 220
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs: Sebastian Schöffel and Johannes Schwank, Germany    
  Analyzing time-dependent infrastructure optimization based on geographical-information system technologies
  Sebastian Schöffel and Johannes Schwank, Germany
  Managing complex scenarios for optimization of infrastructure transformations in rural areas
  Johannes Schwank, Sebastian Schöffel and Achim Ebert, Germany
  Gaming as a driver for social behavior change for sustainability
  Satyakam Sharma and  Kin Wai Michael Siu, Hong Kong
A new methodology for partnering transportation projects
  John Hannon and Fan Zhang, USA
A conceptual building-block and practical OpenStreetMap-Interface for sharing references to hydrologic features
  Werner Leyh, Brazil
Developing an urban sustainability assessment framework for developing economics: Iraq case study
  Raed Mohammed Ameen, UK
Smart Design and User Experience I
Session 221
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Bo Zhou and Hanne Sørum, Germany/Norway    
  Smart blanket: A real-time user posture sensing approach for ergonomic designs
  Bo Zhou, Monit Shah Singh, Muhammet Yildirim, Ivi Prifti, Heber Cruz Zurian, Yorman Munoz Yuncosa and Paul Lukowicz, Germany
  Visual attention and recall in website advertisements:  An eye tracking study
  Hanne Sørum, Norway
  The IOT design deck: A tool for the co-design of connected products
  Massimiliano Dibitonto, Federica Tazzi, Katarzyna Leszczynska and Carlo Maria Medaglia, Italy
  User experience research on automotive interior lighting design
  Xingyu Luo and Wen Luo, China 
Should an artificial window substitute a natural one?
  Sandra Preto and Cristina Caramelo Gomes, Portugal
iTunes®:  User evaluation
 Lizie Nascimento, Iara Margolis, Tareq Ahram, Laura Martins and Walter Correira, Brazil/USA
Usability model based on traditional metrics and physiological and eye tracking variables depending on user profile
  Jose Laparra-Hernández, Juanma Belda-Lois and Alvaro Page, Spain
Panel: Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Session 222
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs: Derek Bryan, Melissa Walwanis and Denise Nicholson, USA    
  Human performance interventions for a competent cyber workforce
  Melissa Walwanis and Derek Bryan, USA
  Architectures for simulation of cyber threats in synthetic training and exercise environments
  Derek Bryan, USA
  Objective measures of performance in dynamic decision making in cyber time
  Jennifer Pagan, USA
  Adaptive training for complex operational cyberspace training
  Wendi Van Buskirk, USA
  Team training considerations for cyber workforce
  Heather Priest, USA
  Human modeling for evaluating and developing testing instruments for cyber warriors
  Robert Thomson and Denise Nicholson, USA
Human Factors, Business Management and Society V
Session 223
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:   Mahdi Safa and Karina Arredondo, USA/Mexico    
  Technological capability of the small and medium-sized enterprises manufacturing sector
  Maria Marcela Solis-Quinteros, Teresa Carrillo-Gutiérrez, Karina Cecilia Arredondo-Soto and Luis Alfredo Ávila-López, Mexico
  A methodology for strategic port human resource management: Knowledge creation and learning
  Mahdi Safa, Kelly Weeks and Rolf Stromberg, USA
  E- service adoption: The three Q model
  Margaret  Luo, Taiwan
Relationships matter: Directior and revenue performance in the Fortune 500 network
  Mark Abdollahian, Zining Yang and John Thomas, USA
Online anonymity and its relationship to group identification in online communities
  Kyungkyu Kim, Jaeseong Lee and Il Sup Lee, South Korea
The human factors research of police officers retirement decision - case study of fifth special police corps
  Luke H. C. Hsiao, Yung-Ching  Chou and Albert Shangpao Yeh, Taiwan
Human Factors Education in Maritime and Military Academies
Session 224
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica B
  Chair:  Chad Tossell, USA    
  An overview of the air force institute of technology's human systems master's degree program
  Jeffrey Parr, Michael Miller and Christina Rusnock, USA
  Preparing human systems integration students to become human systems integration practitioners
  Lawrence Shattuck, USA
  Teaching and conducting research at the U.S. Military academy
  Ericka Rovira, USA
  Human factors and systems engineering curriculum at the US Air Force Academy
  Brian Tidball, USA
  Human factors curriculum at USAFA
  Caroline Kurtz, USA
Human Side of Service Engineering I
Session 225
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Side of Service Engineering
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Aura Matias and Carolyn Brown, Philippines/USA    
  Use of robotic exoskeleton devices in the rehabilitation of patients following stroke and injury
  Amy Millan, USA
  Prevalence and risk factors of respiratory problems among solid waste collectors in the Philippines
  Lizbeth Mariano and Aura Matias, Philippines
Work-related factors affecting sustained alert state among bank security personnel in the Philippines
  Yoshiki Kurata and Aura Matias, Philippines
The negative effect that benefit delay in service consumption causes to a customer and the countermeasure against it
  Kazuhiro Fujimura, Japan
Prevalence, severity, and risk factors of work-related musculoskeletal disorders among stevedores in a Philippine break-bulk port terminal
  Keneth Sedilla and Aura Matias, Philippines
A task analysis of small-scale jewelry craft workers to investigate the effects of work system elements and sitting mobility on body discomfort
  Hazel Caparas and Aura Matias, Philippines
Human-Robot Teaming
Session 226
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Mustafa Demir and Meir Pachter, USA    
  Human robot team development: An operational and technical perspective
  Jurriaan Van Diggelen, Rosemarijn Looije, Mark Neerincx and Jasper van der Waa, The Netherlands
  Team synchrony in human-autonomy teaming
  Mustafa Demir, Nathan McNeese and Nancy Cooke, USA
  Optimal human-machine teaming for UAV sequential inspection and target recognition
  Krishna Kalyanam, David Casbeer and Meir Pachter, USA
  Human factors of implementing automated load-haul-dump vehicles at an underground mine
  Robin Burgess-Limerick, Tim Horberry, Lisa Steiner and Joe Cronin, Australia
Cybersecurity Interface and Metrics
Session 227
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Beaudry A
  Co-Chairs:  Christian Zinke and Kirsten Richards, Germany/USA    
  Modelling, analysis and control of personal data to ensure data privacy – a use case driven approach
  Christian Zinke, Jürgen Anke, Kyrill Meyer and Johannes Schmidt, Germany
  Exploring the discoverability of personal data used for authentication
  Kirsten Richards and Anthony Norcio, USA
  Trust the warning: How differences in automation design influence user’s trust and performance for a difficult task
  Scott Mishler, Jing Chen, Edin Sabic, Bin Hu, Ninghui Li and Robert Proctor, USA
  Human centric security and privacy for the IOT using formal techniques
  Florian Kammueller, UK
  Feasibility of leveraging an adaptive presentation layer for cyber security visualizations
  Lauren Massey, Remzi Seker and Denise Nicholson, USA
Smart Tech, Web and Media for All II
Session 228
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Jean-Eric Pelet and Kelly Cowart, France/USA    
  Recommendations for age-appropriate mobile application design
  Alireza Darvishy and Hans-Peter Hutter, Switzerland
  The moderating effect of age on the brightness of color found on an E-commerce website: Implications for baby boomers and persons with impaired color vision
  Jean-Eric Pelet and Kelly Cowart, France/USA
  Mobile technologies used as communication support system for people with intellectual disabilities: An exploratory study
  Chantal Mongeau and Dany Lussier-Desrochers, Canada
Human Factors and Organizations
Session 229
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
  Co-Chairs:  Salman Nazir and Momoko Kitada, Norway/Sweden     
 Examining the role of self-leadership in an integrated model of work characteristics and health-related outcomes
  Christian Seubert, Severin Hornung and Jürgen Glaser, Austria
Cultivating networked innovation:  Tools and techniques for innovation in the maritime clusters
  Johan Bolmsten and Momoko Kitada, Sweden
Developing and testing a methodological approach to assess the QWL in retail banks
  André Luís Freitas and Mara Regina Barcelos, Brazil
The construction of the picture database for different ethnic life styles: A case study of lifestyles of health and sustainability (LOHAS)
  Peng-Jyun Liu, Ching-yi Wang and Ming-Chuen Chuang, Taiwan
Research into the effect of monetary supply on effectiveness of China’s monetary policy based on macro-data from 1995 to 2013
  Liqun Du, China
Modeling and Simulation for the Extreme Environment
Session 230
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Emerald Bay
  Chair:  Brian Gore, USA    
  Modeling operator workload for the resource prospector lunar rover mission
  Becky Hooey and Brian Gore, USABecky Hooey, Jason Toy, Robert Carvalho, Terrence Fong and Brian Gore, USA
  Minimizing human risk: Human performance models in the human factors and behavioral performance element
  Brian Gore, USA
  When less is more:  Studying the role of functional fidelity in a low fidelity mixed-reality tank simulator
  Peter Khooshabeh, Catherine Neubauer and Julie Campbell, USA
  Advancements in fleet synthetic training systems: A use case of landing signal officers 
  Alexis Neigel and Heather Priest, USA
  Automated collection of space utilization data
  Gordon Vos, USA
  Spacecraft habitability for exploration missions
  Sherry Thaxton, USA
Healthcare and Medical Devices III
Session 231
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Medical Devices
  Co-Chairs:  Subhanshu Gupta and Santiago Luna-Romero, USA/Ecuador    
  Design of an intelligent system for prediction and simulation of writing in children with spasticity
  Luis Serpa-Andrade, Luis González-Delgado, Ana Parra-Astudillo, Isaac Ojeda-Zamalloa, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev and
  Roman Bunay, Ecuador
  Precise placement of precordial electrodes with 0.5 cm accuracy for recording ECG in self-operable diagnostic devices
  Kavita Shashank, Sakire Arslan Ay, Ankit Phulzale, R. C. Ram, Huan Hu and Subhanshu Gupta, India/USA
  A domotic control tool based on MYO devices and neural networks
 Santiago Luna-Romero, Paul Delgado-Espinoza, Fredy Rivera-Calle and Luis Serpa-Andrade, Ecuador
  Bibliometric analysis and case study on functional tests of upper limb prostheses
  Arturo Vaine, Brazil
New Methods for Human Reliability Analysis
Session 232
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
  Co-Chairs:  Julie Bell and Oliver Straeter, UK/Germany    
  Evaluation and consolidation of the heart human reliability assessment principles
  Julie Bell and Jeremy Williams, UK
  Assessing dependency in SPAR-H:  Some practical considerations
  Harold Blackman and Ronald Boring, USA
  Simulation-based optimization of resilient communication protocol for nuclear power plant outages
  Cheng Zhang, Zhe Sun, Pingbo Tang, Shawn St. Germain and Ronald Boring, USA
  Task and procedure level primitives for modeling human error
  Ronald Boring, Martin Rasmussen, Thomas Ulrich, Sarah Ewing and Diego Mandelli, USA
  Operator timing of task level primitives for use in computation-based human reliability analysis
  Thomas Ulrich, Ronald Boring, Sarah Ewing and Martin Rasmussen, USA/Norway
  A systematic method to build a knowledge base to be used in a human reliability analysis model
  Yunfei Zhao, Keith Altman, Kreteeka Chaudhury, Muhammad Anandika and Carol Smidts, USA
  The human assessment layer for evaluating human performance in complex systems
  Oliver Straeter, Germany
Fatigue and Performance
Session 233
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
San Francisco
  Chair:  Mike Harnett, Canada    
  The exploration and analysis of the influence factors for staff interactive relationship
  Tonghe Jiang, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
  Going from zero to hero: A case study of how one company took on fatigue
  Mike Harnett, Canada
  The effects of night shift schedule on workers’ life and wellbeing: Gender differences
  Bankole Fasanya and Regina Pope-Ford, USA
  Fatigue assessment in the ops room: Towards an ATS FRMS approach
  Fabrice Drogoul, Philippe Cabon and Viravanh Somvang, Belgium
  Occupational health and safety dimensions and work outcomes in the mental hospitals in Ghana: The moderating effect of job satisfaction
  Michael Gyensare, Olivia Anku-Tsede and Lucky Kumedzro, Ghana
Neuroergonomics Theory and Design II
Session 234
Friday, July 21
10:30 - 12:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Barbara C
Co-Chairs:  Jeremiah Still and Colin Elkin, USA  
Physiological model to classify physical and cognitive workload during gaming activities
  Néstor Arroyo, Jose Laparra-Hernández, Andrés Soler, Enrique Medina and Helios de-Rosario, Spain
Predicting stimulus-driven attentional selection within mobile interfaces
  Jeremiah Still, John Hicks, Ashley Cain and Dorrit Billman, USA
Evaluating ANN efficiency in recognizing EEG and eye-tracking evoked potentials in visual-game-events
  Andreas Wulff-Jensen and Luis Emilio Bruni, Denmark
Fundamental cognitive workload assessment: A machine learning comparative approach
  Colin Elkin, Sai Nittala and Vijay Devabhaktuni, USA
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Friday, July 21    13:30 - 15:30
Material and Texture Exploration
Session 235
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Chair:  Taekyeom Lee, USA  
  New typographic experience in the post-digital age with 3D printing and ceramics
  Taekyeom Lee, USA
  Sensorial engagement and materiality pave the way for pleasurable design
  Purva Chawla, USA
  The black color of product design and packaging research
  Lungwen Kuo and Chih-Chun Lai, Taiwan
  The application of ‘User Experience’ design concept in the agricultural product packaging design
  Delai Men, Lvhuayang Feng and Xizo Zhang, China
  Analysis of affective evaluation for material perception of resin surfaces - combined effect of tactile sensation and hue
  Michiko Ohkura, Wataru Morishita, Ryuji Miyazaki, Masato Takahashi, Hiroko Sakurai, Kiyotaka Yarimizu and
  Akira Nakahara, Japan
Audition and Workload
Session 236
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Carryl Baldwin, USA  
 Neurofeedback for personalized adaptive training
   Jesse Mark, Neha Thomas, Amanda Kraft, William Casebeer, Matthias Ziegler and Hasan Ayaz, USA
  SHELL revisited: Cognitive loading and effects of digitized flight deck automation
  Sam Holley and Mark Miller, USA
  Workload assessment and human error identification during the task of taking a plain abdominal radiograph: A case study
  Cesar Alferez-Padron, Aide Aracely Maldonado-Macías, Jorge García-Alcaraz, Liliana Avelar-Sosa and
  Arturo Realyvasquez-Vargas, Mexico
  Effects of emotion and mental workload on decision-making based on behavior results and event-related potentials
  Huiqiao Jia, Kai-Way Li, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, Li Zhang and Yanhua Zou, China
Applied Digital Human Modeling and Simulation IV
Session 237
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization /Human Factors and Simulation
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs: Dan Hogberg and Annika Ulherr, Sweden/Germany  
  Concept for formalized test procedures of proactive ergonomics assessment by DHM
  Dan Hogberg and Lars Hanson, Sweden
  Simulating seat discomfort: An experimental design for using digital human models
  Annika Ulherr, Florian Zeller and Klaus Bengler, Germany
  Full body statistical shape modeling with posture normalization
  Femke Danckaers, Toon Huysmans, Steven Truijen, Ann Hallemans, Guido De Bruyne and Jan Sijbers, Belgium
  A study of digital media art utilizing 2D animation:  Digital video expression using projection mapping and multi screen techniques
  Zhipeng Feng and Kiyoshi Tomimatsu, Japan
  Comprehensive mappings of postural angles on a normalized plane of reachability
  Raffaele Castellone, Fabrizio Sessa, Stefania Spada and Maria Pia Cavatorta, Italy
  Comparison of gender specific and anthropometrically scaled musculoskeletal model predictions using the Sorensen test
  Phillip Whitley, Paulien Roos and Xianlian Zhou, USA
Virtual Reality Challenges in Design
Session 238
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Paulo Noriega and Marcelo Soares, Portugal/Brazil  
  Review of virtual reality technology: An ergonomic approach and current challenges
  Ana Carol França and Marcelo Soares, Brazil
  A preventive ergonomic approach based on virtual and immersive reality
  Francesco Caputo, Egidio D'Amato, Alessandro Greco, Stefania Spada and Immacolata Notaro, Italy
  Improving the design of virtual reality devices applying an ergonomic guideline
  Pere Ponsa and Catalina Mariani, Spain
  Methods and procedures for usability testing in virtual reality systems
  Ana Carol França and Joaquim Pereira Neto, Brazil
Simulation and Evaluation
Session 239
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Ernesto Vilar and Francisco Rebelo, Portugal  
  Effect of various screen size of smartphone on neck flexion and arms
  Saishyam Akurke, Yueqing Li and Brian Craig, USA
  Simulation as a pedagogical strategy in product design
  Johana Ruiz and Gustavo Sevilla-Cadavid, Colombia
  A mission library for mission plan management
  Stephanie Kane and Erika Von Kelsch, USA
  Eye tracking-based reverse inference approach for design of restaurant information display
  Hirotaka Aoki and Satoshi Suzuki, Japan
  An elastic interface for artistic composition and performance
  Carlos Arce-Lopera, Juan Salamanca and Daniel Gomez, Colombia
  Physical and virtual wind tunnels: Automobile design approach
  Daniel Pereira and Ernesto Vilar, Portugal
Human Factors in Healthcare
Session 240
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Kyle Maddox, USA  
  Research on the functionality of maternity hospital gown based on the ergonomics
  Yuting Shang, China 
  Movement analysis and ergonomic garment opening design of garment block patterns for physically disabled people with scoliosis using fuzzy logic
  Xianyi Zeng, Yan Hong, Pascal Bruniaux, Antonela Curteza and Yan Chen, Romania/France/China
  Design for tailored patient experiences: Exploring values, needs and context through generative research
  Bob Groeneveld, Marijke Melles, Stephan Vehmeijer, Nina Mathijssen and Richard Goossens, The Netherlands
  Modeling of electronic and mechanical dimensioning of an exoskeleton bottom for bipedal gait
  Luis Serpa, Eduardo Pinos, Francisco Illescas and William Cuzco, Ecuador
  Effectiveness and user satisfaction from a usability evaluation of a Veterans’ benefits letter
  Nancy Lightner, Helen Fuller, Kyle Maddox, Nsikak Inyang and Dennis Lofton, USA
  Performance indicators of indoor environmental quality (IEG) assessment in hospital buildings: A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) approach
  Pontip Nimlyat and Mohd Kandar, Nigeria/Malaysia 
Safety Culture and Organizational Aspects
Session 241
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  F. Guldenmund and Karen Klockner, The Netherlands/Australia  
  Are safety culture assessments really necessary?
  Frank Guldenmund, The Netherlands
  Strategically developing a resilient safety culture:  Organizational mindfulness and mindful organizing
  Karen Klockner, Australia
  Development and initial testing of a regulatory body safety culture perception survey
   Mark Fleming, Kate Bowers, Tabatha Thibault and Brianna Cregan, Canada
  Role of emotions in risk perception
   Catherine Huyen, Alexandra Vredenburgh, Ilene Zackowitz and Alison Vredenburgh, USA
  Occupational safety and health culture - influence of participatory processes
  Syed Naqvi, USA
Movement and Balance
Session 242
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Shuping Xiong and Yueqing Li, South Korea/USA  
  What are the major risk factors for falls among community-dwelling Korean older women?
  Taekyoung Kim and Shuping Xiong, South Korea
  Effects of healthcare personal protective equipment on gait characteristics and postural balance stability
  Ali Aljaroudi, Yongsuk Seo, Tyler  Quinn, Jeffrey  Powell and Jung-Hyun Kim, USA
  Acupuncture/acupressure for knee osteoarthritis (OA) relieving in the elderly: A review
  Zidan Gong, Winnie Yu, Thomas Wong and Yuanqi Guo, Hong Kong
  Effect of walking, running and gradients on muscle pump and edema
  Vishnu Mahesh, Yueqing Li and Brian Craig, USA
  A review of interactive exer-game interventions for elderly fall prevention
  Sang Choi, Liangjie Guo, Shuping  Xiong and Donghun Kang, USA/Korea
  Perturbation training in virtual reality environment on human postural stability
  Erin Wroblewski, Tarryn Porter, Paulus Wahjudi, Jian Liu and Daniel Lewis, USA
  Impact of wearing high heeled shoes on human body
  Nikeeta Patil and Yueqing Li, USA
Infrastructure and Road Safety I
Session 243
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Aaron Roberts and Shoichiro Fujisawa, UK/Japan  
  Driving performance, adaptation, and cognitive workload costs of logo sign panel detection as mediated by driver age
  Mei Lau and David Kaber, USA
  Verification of installed position of LED block equipped with projections to indicate travel direction
  Shoichiro Fujisawa, Tomoyuki Inagaki, Norihiro Ikeda, Kazuya Takahashi, Kiyohito Takeuchi, Hiroshi Ogino, Katsuya Sato,
  Sin-Ichi Ito and Hideaki Nagahama, Japan
  Do end users really have a place in the design arena when safe design is critical?
  Elise Crawford, Yvonne Toft, Ryan Kift and Geoff Dell, Australia
  Seat belts unfastened: Non-seat belt use in the Czech Republic
  Vit Gabrhel, Petr Zamecnik, Veronika Kureckova and Pavel Rezac, Czech Republic
  Novice drivers’ objective and subjective hazard detection skills: Potentially hazardous pedestrian events in typical car-pedestrian accident locations in Denmark
  Liva Abele, Denmark
  The effect of see-through truck on driver monitoring patterns and responses to critical events in truck platooning
  Bo Zhang, Ellen Wilschut, Dehlia Willemsen, Tom Alkim and Marieke Martens, The Netherlands
Usability and User Experience III
Session 244
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  Philipp Jordan and Andree Woodcock, USA/UK  
  The fiction in computer science: A qualitative data analysis of the ACM Digital Library for traces of Star Trek
  Philipp Jordan and Brent Auernheimer, USA
  Understanding the effect of architectural and environmental features on human behavior
  Anthony Durante, Eric Rivers, George Beane and Rebecca Chau, USA
  Comparison of Japanese text input efficiency between pc and smartphone
  Jun Iio, Japan
  The effects of website white space on middle-aged users
    Chih-Hsiang Ko and Yu Chun Liu, Taiwan
  Virtual reality, a new way to elicit emotion in laboratory
  Jean-Marc Diverrez, Nicolas Martin, Martin Ragot, Nico Pallamin and Sonia Em, France
  A study on the usability of typing interface on large-screen phones for different thumb sizes
  Ching-Yi Wang and Peng-Jyun Liu, Taiwan
  Empathy, design and human factors
  Andree Woodcock, Deana McDonagh, Jane Osmond and Wesley Scott, UK
Human Factors in Energy:  Applications in Infrastructure Safety and Design
Session 245
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industrie
Santa Monica B
  Chair:  Jurriaan van Diggelen, USA  
  An intelligent operator support system for dynamic positioning
  Jurriaan van Diggelen, Jasper van der Waa, Jan Maarten Schraagen and Hans van den Broek, The Netherlands
  Autonomous algorithm for safety systems of the nuclear power plant by using the deep learning
    Daeil Lee and Jonghyun Kim, Korea
  Ergonomic diagnosis and work conditions improvement in oil production platforms
  Francisco Duarte and Fausto Mascia, Brazil
Leadership and Skill Development II
Session 246
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Florentin Popescu and Marcin Geryk, The Netherlands/Poland  
  Taking a holistic approach in training and educating Knowmads and Daredevils of the 21st century
  Florentin Popescu and Saskia Harkema, The Netherlands
  University leaders responsibilities in carrying new programs into practice
  Marcin Geryk, Poland
Communicative skills and the training of the collaborative operator
  Edmara Drigo, Salvador Avila Filho and Marcelo Embirucu, Brazil
  Leader profiles for the Canadian armed forces: The process and methodology behind their development
  Lisa Williams and Karen Rankin, Canada
  Influence of female senior managers work practices on the stock market
  Eyal Eckhaus, Batia Ben-Hador and Roi Taussig, Israel
  Learning through ‘doing good well’: Integrating social innovation into a leadership and team building course
  Thomas Menkhoff, Siew Ning Kan and Rani Tan, Singapore
Teaching Methods and Applications
Session 247
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica D
  Chair:  Tibor Barath, Hungary  
  Why is video modeling not used in special needs classrooms?
  Ahmad Abualsamid and Charles Hughes, USA
  The redefined learning in higher education: Service design based model for improving the learning experience and learning
  Tibor Barath, Hungary
  The impact of curriculum teaching reform on graduate students' innovation and entrepreneurship
  Yangguang Xu, Xuebo Chen, Qiubai Sun and Wei Ye, China
  Effectiveness of learning management system application in the learnability of tertiary students in an undergraduate engineering program in the Philippines
  Yoshiki Kurata, Rose Marie Lou Bano and Ma Carole Marcelo, Philippines
  A study of problems and needs in teaching in a virtual science lab to develop middle school students’ analytical thinking skills
  Unchana Klentien and Wannachai Wannasawade, Thailand
  Technology of students’ gradual formation of  valuable attitude to the teaching profession in higher education
  Alena Ignatovitch, Belarus
Human Side of Service Engineering II
Session 248
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
  Chair:  Regiane Romano, Brazil  
Do you like according to your lifestyle? A quantitative analysis of the relation between individual Facebook likes and the users’ lifestyle
  Alexander Piazza, Christian Zagel and Freimut Bodendorf, Germany
  Impact analysis of demonetization on service sector:  An Indian experience
  Uma Narain and R. K. Pattnaik, India
  The consequences of lean Six Sigma on banking improvement: A study at a front-line unit of a bank company in Indonesia
  Nilda Putri, Andi Gunawan and Agus Sutanto, Indonesia
  The human side of smart cities and the fundamental role of education in the training of new millennium engineers – a study case from Brazil
  Regiane Romano, Brazil
Teleoperations in Healthcare and Other Domains
Session 249
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Santa Monica C
  Chair:  Denny Yu, USA  
  Ergonomics in robotic surgery
  Denny Yu, USA
  Understanding and improving the delivery of robotic surgery
  Ken Catchpole, USA
  Teleoperation with flexible tools: Effects of visual and haptic cues on task performance
  Manuel Aiple and André Schiele, The Netherlands
User-centered design and evaluation of smartphone-controls for the movement control of mobile platforms
  Robert Fingerle, Lars Krause, Hugo Tausch and Carsten Wittenberg, Germany
  Performance and physiological stresses during robotic surgical skills tasks
  Juan Wachs, Jackie Cha, Glebys Gonzalez, Chandru Sundaram and Denny Yu, USA    
Design for Inclusion in the Living Environment I
Session 250
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Design for Inclusion
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs: Margarida Gamito and Daniela Ladiana, Portugal/Italy  
  Opportunities for inclusive play in densely populated cities: an analysis of the human factors in Hong Kong play space
  Kin Wai Michael Siu and Yi Lin Wong, Hong Kong 
  Study on wall colors which constitute a comfortable interior for the elderly
  Yoshiaki Goto, Masayuki Shintani and Hiroki Imoto, Japan
Urban furniture’s chromatic planning methodology – Bucelas, a case study
  Margarida Gamito, Portugal
  The adaptability of living space and its technological solutions for autonomy independence and wellbeing of real users
  Daniela Ladiana, Michele Di Sivo and Cristiana Cellucci, Italy
Human Factors and Simulated Agentss
Session 251
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Emerald Bay
  Co-Chairs:  Robert Gutzwiller and Jason Bindewald, USA  
  Exploring trust barriers to future autonomy: A qualitative look
  Joseph Lyons, Nhut Ho, Anna Lee Van Abel, Lauren Hoffmann, W. Eric Fergueson, Garrett Sadler, Michelle Grigsby
  and Amy Burns, USA
  A design pattern for working agreements in human-autonomy teaming
  Robert S. Gutzwiller, Sarah H. Espinosa, Caitlin Kenny and Douglas S. Lange, USA
  Grounding spatial concepts for autonomous mobile robots
  Thomas Howard, Rohan Paul, Derya Aksaray, Jacob Arkin and Nicholas Roy, USA
  Connected and automated vehicle simulation to enhance vehicle message delivery
  Daniel Barber and Andrew Best, USA
  Measuring human trust behavior in human-machine teams
  Jason Bindewald, Christina Rusnock and Michael Miller, USA
  DSR platform as a service: Furthering soldier performance characteristics to existing entity simulations
  Manuel Diego and Joseph McDonnell, USA
  Developing robotic algorithms to recognize and respond to battle anomalies in a simulated environment
  MaryAnne Fields and Ralph Brewer, USA
Human Factors in Communication of Design III
Session 252
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Communication of Design /Design for Inclusion
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Yangmin Zhang and Amic G. Ho, USA/Hong Kong  
  The challenge of online meal ordering platforms: Website design and credibility, customers’ trust, and food safety
  Yangmin Zhang, Jieyu Wang and Jingyu Wang, USA
  Directing untrained users' attention using simple sound patterns
  Lars Larsen, Mai Baunstrup and Søren Jensen, Denmark
  Consistency of visual information in web design:  Focusing on responsiveness of a university website
  Toshiki Matsuo and Wonseok Yang, Japan
  Teaching methodologies in communication design
  Cátia Rijo, Helena Grácio and Sandra Antunes, Portugal
  Ergonomics and organizational communication: Methods for business communication auditing
  Bruna Bischoff and Flávio Anthero Nunes Vianna dos Santos, Brazil
New Applications of Human Reliability in Aviation, Finance, Nuclear, Transportation, Cybersecurity and Manufacturing
Session 253
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Ron Boring and Karin Laumann, USA/Norway  
  A sound investment: Managing human error in the finance sector
  Andrew Wright and Clare Borras, UK
  Adapting the cognitive framework of NUREG-2114 for use in human error analysis for AP1000 plant licensing in the United Kingdom
  April Whaley, USA
  A framework for understanding operator decision making in simulated nuclear power plant cyber attacks
  Susan Adams, Stacey Hendrickson and Phillip Turner, USA
  Regulatory issues and insights regarding advanced main control room human reliability analysis in Korea
  Seungwoo Lee, South Korea
Safety Management and Loss Prevention III
Session 254
Friday, July 21
13:30 - 15:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
  Co-Chairs:  Denis Coelho and Joana Santos Guerreiro, Portugal  
  European countries social and working conditions association with fatal and non-fatal occupational accidents
  Denis Coelho, Portugal
  Thermal environment:  Case study of a meat processing industry
 Joana Santos Guerreiro, Andreia Cravo, João Almeida and Marta Vasconcelos Pinto, Portugal
  Behavior monitoring with non-wearable sensors for precision nursing
  Erisa Murata, Koji Kitamura, Yoshihisa Shirato, Mikiko Oono and Yoshifumi Nishida, Japan
  Analysis and control research of employee groups emergency based on construction scenes
  Wang Qiquan, Ni Junwen and Wang Weixian, China 
  Probabilistic void detection using FEA
  Pallavi Pawar, Vinaay Patil and Shantanu Kale, India
Influence of industrial safety shoe characteristics on postural stability
  Varsha Chorsiya, Pranab Nag, Priya Dutta and Anjali Nag, India
Assessment of boundary conditions for FEA of engine mounting bracket using co-relation with experimental results
  Priyanka Dahale, Pallavi Pawar and Vinaay Patil, India
  Refreshments 15:30 - 16:00        Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Friday, July 21  •  16:00 - 18:00
Methodology in Textile and Furniture Designs
Session 255
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Scott Shim and  Jia Lü, USA/China    
  Research on user experience design applications in detail designs of elders’ garment products
  Xiaoping Hu, Xiao Zhang and Lvhuayang Feng, China
  Affective design of women’s career suits based on event-related potentials (ERPS)
  Jia Lü, Yue Sui, Dongsheng Chen and Yunjuan Liu, China
  A panoramic study of the artisanal references on the Brazilian contemporary furniture design 
  Yasmin Fernandes and Virginia Cavalcanti, Brazil
  Considerations for using traditional structures to design flexible and modern furniture through LU ban lock
  Ying Li, Japan
Smart Design and User Experience II
Session 256
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Usability and User Experience
Santa Anita B
  Co-Chairs:  Tareq Aljaber and Wayne Dick, UK/USA    
  Usability of the enlargement method: How enlargement method influences the amount of scrolling actions needed to read publications
  Wayne Dick, USA
  A hybrid evaluation approach and a guidance for mHealth education applications
  Tareq Aljaber and Neil Gordon, UK
  Visual feedback for grasping in virtual reality environments for an interface to instruct digital human models
  Andreas Geiger, Imke Bewersdorf, Elisabeth Brandenburg and Rainer Stark, Germany
  A hybrid usability inspection method for illiterate users
  Saba Kayani, Atiq Ahmed Khan, Jamil ur Rehman, Muhammad Hammad, Fatima Masood and Mahnoor Dar, Pakistan
  An interactive behavior-based hierarchical design method for form hints
  Qi Zhou and Huai Cao, China
Spatial Perception
Session 257
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Yanfei Liu and Min-Xia Liu, China    
  The study of sound and shape effects on design
  Tyan-Yu Wu and Alan Lee, Taiwan
  Research and analysis on the influence factors of spatial perception ability
  Min-xia Liu, Cheng-tong Tang, Lin Gong and Qing Xue, China
  Cognitive modeling for robotic assembly/maintenance task in space exploration
  Yanfei Liu, Zhiqiang Tian, Yuzhou Liu, Junsong Li, Feng Fu and Jing Bian, China
Comfort and Methodology Issues in Design
Session 258
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel B
  Chair:  Alexander Walker, Australia    
  Improving HMIs of vehicle exterior design using adaptive structures and systems
  Andrea Hein, Elena Patzer and Thomas Maier, Germany
  Ergonomic/human factors in the design process: Methodological tool for context characterization and analysis of accessibility
  Gustavo Sevilla-Cadavid, Johana Hoyos-Ruiz and Luz M. Sáenz, Colombia
  Co-designing an arthritis nurse-call device, With lead aged-care users
  Alexander Walker and Peter Schumacher, Australia
  The role of human factors in surface design
  Gianni Montagna, Luís Ricardo Santos and Maria João Pereira Neto, Portugal
  Information characteristics in the operation of a healthcare service from the staff perspective
  Zuli Galindo, Carlos Aceves Gonzalez, Genaro Ortiz, John Rey Galindo and Mario  Mireles Ramirez, Colombia
  Visual comfort analysis methodologies for workplaces: A literature review
  Giovana Bortolan, Marcelo Gomes Ferreira and Flavio A. N. Santos , Brazil
Human Factors in Digital and Collaborative Technology
Session 259
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Lukasz Sulkowski, Poland    
  A checklist based approach for evaluating augmented reality displays in industrial applications
  Volker Paelke, Sebastian Büttner, Henrik Mucha and Carsten Röcker, Germany
Digital tools to support knowledge sharing and cooperation in high investment product-services
  Susanna Aromaa, Simo-Pekka Leino, Arcadio Reyes Lecuona, Nikos Frangakis, Jonatan Berglund, Tim Bosch,
  Gu van Rhijn and Göran Granholm, Finland
Consumer perception of internet of things
  Lukasz Sulkowski and Dominika Kaczorowska Spychalska, Poland
Collaborative robots and new product introduction: Capturing and transferring human expert knowledge to the operators
  Paola Fantini, Marta Pinzone, Franco Sella and Marco Taisch, Italy
Safety Management in Industry
Session 260
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs: Nelson Costa and Andreas Gregoriades, Portugal/Cyprus    
  Mining traffic data for the development of an accident warning application for tourists
  Andreas Gregoriades and Andreas Chrystodoulides, Cyprus
  Driving workload indicators: The case of senior drivers
  Nelson Costa, Paulo Simoes, Susana Costa and Pedro Arezes, Portugal
A study of the knowledge, attitude, behavior and practices pertaining to the safety of public school children among school van drivers and helpers in the 5 towns of the republic of Mauritius
  Soolakshna Lukea-Bhiwajee and Prabha Ramseook-Munhurrun, Mauritius
Integrative literature review: What are the barriers that stop organizations from learning the lessons highlighted in serious incident investigations?
  Michelle Gillman and Manikam Pillay, New Zealand/Australia
Ergonomics Interventions
Session 261
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Manfred Dangelmaier and Risako Shiraishi, Germany/Japan    
  A study of incentive stimulating human error activity on public service
  Risako Shiraishi, Minami Wakata, Yusaku Okada and Kumiko Takahashi, Japan
  Development of an ergonomic evaluation tool for health-promoting physical workplaces
  Manfred Dangelmaier and Pablo Theissen, Germany
  Adoption of construction ergonomic interventions on building construction sites in Nigeria
  Abdul Hafeez Ibrahim and John Smallwood, Nigeria
  Assessment in office work and productivity
  Jenny Rodriguez-Garcia and Fernanda Maradei, Colombia
  The impact of ergonomics interventions on musculoskeletal injuries among construction workers
  Emmanuel Bamfo-Agyei and Lawrence Atepor, Ghana
Driving Automation and Human Factors Issues
Session 262
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Anabela Simoes and Kirsten Revell, Portugal/UK    
Three driver and operator behavior models in the context of automated driving – identification of issues from human actor perspective
  Pirkko Rämä and Hanna Koskinen, Finland
The right moment for braking as informal communication signal between automated vehicles and pedestrians in crossing situations
  Matthias Beggiato, Claudia Witzlack, Sabine Springer and Joseph Krems, Germany
Older drivers and driving automation
  Anabela Simoes, Portugal
Driver state monitoring in automation; developing adaptive ADAS to support safe transitions under automation
  Stella Nikolaou, Evangelos Bekiaris and Anna Anund, Greece
A feasibility study and a state of the art on the opportunities to detect inattention in driving to facilitate the takeover of an automated vehicle
  Catherine Gabaude, Guillaume Pepin, Christophe Jallais and Alexandra Fort, France
Musculoskeletal Aspects of Social and Occupational Ergonomics
Session 263
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs: Alessio Silvetti, Amandeep Singh and Giovanny Michael Silva-Peñaherrera, Italy/India/Ecuador    
  Upper limb repetitive movement risk assessment by means of sEMG fatigue parameters
  Alessio Silvetti, Giorgia Chini, Alberto Ranavolo and Francesco Draicchio, Italy
The impact of ergonomic exposures on the occurrence of back pain or discomfort: Results from the first working conditions survey in Quito, Ecuador
  Antonio Ramon Gomez Garcia, Pamela Merino-Salazar, Giovanny Michael Silva-Peñaherrera and Marianela Rojas, Ecuador/Costa Rica
Comparison of two post office workstation layouts by means of an optoelectronic motion analysis system
  Alessio Silvetti, Alberto Ranavolo, Tiwana Varrecchia, Martina Rinaldi, Giorgia Chini, Agnese Marchesi and
  Francesco Draicchio, Italy
A review study on biodynamic response of seated occupants exposed to whole body vibration
  Amandeep Singh, Lakhwinder Pal Singh, Sarbjit Singh and Harwinder Singh, India
Biomechanical study of the relationship between anthropometry and mechanical loads applied on the lumbar vertebrae during surgery
  Fatemeh Zokaei and Nima Jamshidi, Iran
Occupational exposure to workers in Indian forging unit: A case study
  Kamaljeet Bhambri, Harwinder Singh, Ishbir Singh and Tajeet Singh, India
Heuristic Evaluation, Software and Service Design
Session 264
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica A
  Chair:  Steven Karrmann, USA    
  Optimal visual search elements in small scale map design
  Steven Karrmann and Connie Shears, USA 
  Inspiration mining: Exploring startup research
  Paulo Maldonado, Portugal
  The difficulties reported by engineers in searching information
  Shuai Zhang and Aylmer Johnson, UK
Tools and Methods in Education and Training
Session 265
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica B
  Chair:  Thomas Alexander, Germany    
Knee arthroscopy simulation: A randomized controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of the Imperial Knee Arthroscopy Cognitive Task Analysis (IKACTA) tool
  Rahul Bhattacharyya, Donald Davidson, Kapil Sugand, Rajarshi Bhattacharya and Chinmay Gupte, UK
Identifying relevance of security, privacy, trust, and adoption dimensions concerning cloud computing applications employed in educational settings
  Tihomir Orehovački, Snježana Babić and Darko Etinger, Croatia
Generic cognitive task analysis (GCTA) wizard – a tool to train orthopaedic trauma surgeons of the future
  Rahul Bhattacharyya, Kapil Sugand, Ian Sinha, Rajarshi Bhattacharya and Chinmay Gupte, UK
Ergonomic intervention using a train-the-trainer approach in a biotechnology company:  A case study
  Kathryn Meeks, USA
Educational effect using expert model in fire process of quartz glass
  Masamichi Suda, Akio Hattori, Akihiko Goto, Hiroyuki Hamada and Toru Takahashi, Japan
An intelligent system to automatically generate video-summaries for accessible learning objects for people with hearing loss
  Paola Ingavélez-Guerra, Irma Cuzco-Calle, Daniel Calle-López, Christian Oyola-Flores, Inés Yambay-Aulla,
  Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev and José Ramón Hilera, Ecuador
Advanced Displays and Intuitive Interfaces
Session 266
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Maia Cook and Cory Rieth, USA    
Formation of operator intuitions and preferences: Implications for configurable command and control displays
  Maia Cook and Cory Rieth, USA
Issues and advances in anomaly detection evaluation for joint human-automated systems
  Cory Rieth, Ben Amsel, Randy Tran and Maia Cook, USA
Maintain and regain well clear:  Maneuver guidance designs for pilots performing the detect-and-avoid task
  Kevin Monk and Zachary Roberts, USA
Evaluation of early ground control station configurations for interacting with a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System
  Arik-Quang Dao, Lynne Martin, Christoph Mohlenbrink, Nancy Bienert, Ashley Gomez, Lauren Claudatos and Joey Mercer,
UAS detect and avoid – alert times and pilot performance in remaining well clear
  Rania Ghatas, James Comstock, Michael Vincent, Keith Hoffler, Dimitrios Tsakpinis and Anna DeHaven, USA
Human Factors in Cyber-Warfare
Session 267
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Robert Thomson and Scott Lathrop, USA    
  Interacting with synthetic teammates in cyberspace
  Scott Lathrop, USA
  Applying human factors to reverse asymmetry in cyber warfare
  Robert Thomson, USA
  Valuing information security from a phishing attack
  Kenneth Nguyen, Richard John and Heather Rosoff, USA
  Event detection based on nonnegative matrix factorization: Ceasefire violation, environmental, and malware events
  Barry Drake, Tiffany Huang, Ashley Beavers, Rundong Du and Haesun Park, USA
  The impact of information security choices on malware detection rates
  Fer O'Neil and Stephen Cobb, USA
  Detection and prediction of insider threat behaviors
  Elizabeth Whitaker, Ethan Trewhitt and Frank Greitzer, USA
Design for Inclusion in the Living Environment II
Session 268
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Design for Inclusion
Palos Verdes
  Chair:  Jasmien Herssens, Belgium    
Comfort in the indoor environment – a theoretical framework linking energy efficiency and universal design
  Ermal Kapedani, Jasmien Herssens and Griet Verbeeck, Belgium
Design strategies for inclusive cities: A case study approach of a city workshop
  Jasmien Herssens and Pete Kercher, Belgium/Italy
Toward inclusive public transportation: Rights, not privileges
  Satoshi Kose, Japan
Design and evaluation method for living function resilient equipment based on daily living systems science
  Masaaki Takizawa, Koji Kitamura, Yoshifumi Nishida and Hiroshi Mizoguchi, Japan
Ergonomics and inclusive service design: Exploring possibilities for its application in a developing world city
  Carlos Aceves Gonzalez, Mexico
Inclusion defined from the horse’s mouth: Research by designing a riding school for all
  Jasmien Herssens, Belgium
Inclusion in architectural publications: Exploring inclusive ways to represent children’s multisensory experience of iconic buildings
 Jasmien Herssens and Jan Vanrie, Belgium
Altered Reality
Session 269
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Marino Menozzi and Juan Carlo Figueroa, Switzerland/Philippines    
  The effect of task experience on presence in virtual reality
  Marino Menozzi, Chin-Yih Ung, Sandro Ropelato, Christina Hartmann and Michael Siegrist, Switzerland
  The virtuality continuum and storytelling: simulation, interactivity, user experience and interaction design in virtual and mixed environments. A steam based approach
  Jose Luis Rubio-Tamayo, Manuel Gertrudix Barrio and Francisco García García, Spain
  A comparative study of virtual reality & 2D display methods in visual search in real scenes
  Juan Carlo Figueroa, Raul Alberto Arellano, III and Janeen Mikee Calinisan, Philippines
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies IV
Session 270
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
  Co-Chairs:   Hadas Chassidim and Christianne Falcao, Israel/Brazil    
Awareness collaboration with users and designers:  Relationship between the image schema of spoken language and the spacial path of sign language
  Zhengyu Tan, Shijing Fang, Wei Li and Shihui Xu, China
Would you swap your smartphone for a smart watch?
  Hadas Chassidim and Anat Meir, Israel
Wearable sensor system for lumbosacral load estimation by considering the effect of external load
  Yoshio Tsuchiya, Takashi Kusaka, Takayuki Tanaka and Yoshikazu Matsuo, Japan
Storytelling-based hand gesture interaction in a virtual reality environment
  Jiyoung Kang and Jongkuk Lim, South Korea
Development of a protocol of motion analysis using inertial sensors
  Claudia Mazzoni, Carla Sirqueira and Fabricio Anicio, Brazil
Citizen Engagement, HSSE Best Paper Award and 2018 HSSE Planning
Session 271
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Co-Chairs:  Lou Freund and Wojciech Cellary, USA/Poland    
Mobilisation of citizen engagement in the EU
  Christine Leitner and Christian Stiefmueller, UK
An online tool to promote citizenship roles in urban communities
  Li Liu and Adrian Haurat, USA
Smart Card Facens: A smart geo-referencing solution to improve human experience on campus
  Adriano Pilo, Alexandre Machado and Victor Alonso, Brazil
HSSE Best Paper Award
  Lou Freund and Wojciech Cellary, USA/Poland
Causal Analysis in Complex Environments
Session 272
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Los Feliz
  Co-Chairs:  David Blumstein and Amy Sliva USA    
  Challenges in making policy decision-support systems operational
  Corey Lofdahl, USA
Integrating passive and active data streams to support causal modeling and analysis of deterrence strategies in the gray zone
  Victoria  Romero, USA
Complex causality: Computational formalisms, mental models, and objective truth
  David Blumstein, Mukesh Dalal and Amy Sliva, USA
Enabling mixed method modeling through the use of causal networks
  James Starz, Jennifer Lautenschlager, Timothy Siedlecki and Luis Asencios Reynoso, USA
Human Factors, Business Management and Society VI
Session 273
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
  Chair:  Henrijs Kalkis, Latvia    
  The trust of the information from employer rating platforms
  Tom Sander, Biruta Sloka and Henrijs Kalkis, Germany/Latvia
  Motivational factors for users’ reposting behavior in different mobile UGC online communities
  Xingyu Chen, Dandan Tian, Shiyuan Liu, Dao Tao and Xingda Qu, China
  An investigation of the relationship between job satisfaction and work function, stress, quality of life of blue versus white collars with structural equation modeling
  Gokcen Akyurek, Deniz Yüce, Ahsen Irmak and Gonca Bumin, Turkey
  Measuring new product development project success in Vietnamese small and medium-sized enterprises
  Nga Hoang Thanh Dang, Adela J. McMurry and Xueli (Charlie) Huang, Australia
  Design education and the creative industries
  Tessa Belob, USA
  Importance of human factors in performance improvement of business management
  Hossein Ghahremani, Iran
Infrastructure and Road Safety II
Session 274
Friday, July 21
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:   Nicolas Herzberger and Laila Martinussen, USA/Denmark    
  Comparison between young male drivers’ self-assessed and objectively measured driving skils
    Laila Martinussen, Mette Møller and Carlo Prato, Denmark
  Identification of criteria for drivers' state detection
  Nicolas Herzberger, Gudrun M. I. Voß and Maximilian Schwalm, Germany 
  A real case-based study exploring influence of human age and gender on drivers’ behavior and traffic safety
  Nazha R. Ghadban, Galal M. Abdella, Khalifa N. Al-Khalifa, Abdel Magid Hamouda and Khadija B. Abdur-Rouf, Qatar 
  Data-driven analysis of approach and departure driving behaviors at signalized intersections
  Chao Wang, Fei Ye and Guoyuan Wu, China

 Wednesday, July 19
Detailed Technical Program
  Thursday, July 20
Detailed Technical Program
  Friday, July 21
Detailed Technical Program

APD  Affective and Pleasurable Design
CN Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
CCIoT Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
CCDM Cross-Cultural Decision Making
DI Design for Inclusion
DHMAO Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
ED Ergonomics in Design
HERRP Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
HC Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
HFGD Human Factors and Game Design
HFMD Human Factors and Medical Devices
HFSIM Human Factors and Simulation
SYSI Human Factors and Systems Interaction
HFWT Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
HFCD Human Factors in Communication of Design
CYBER Human Factors in Cybersecurity
ENERGY Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
HFML Human Factors in Management and Leadership
HFRUS Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
SIPOR Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
TELS Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
HFBMS Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
HFSSE Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
SUPI Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
HSSE Human Side of Service Engineering
MFG  Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
PEHF Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
SMHF Safety Management and Human Factors
SOE Social & Occupational Ergonomics
AVI Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
MAR Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
RR Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
UUE Usability and User Experience
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